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David Haskiya
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As nasty as House but without the talent.
As nasty as House but without the talent.

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Chrome plugin that suggest you objects in, among other sources, Europeana related to the page your on. #europeana   #api  

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Open collections will be featured, closed ones not so much.
You've probably seen us using #OpenCollections in our posts to highlight new collections made available via Europeana. We've been using the hashtag to draw some well deserved attention to some of the most interesting and high quality collections from our memory institutions across Europe.

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A great #longread in this age of 140 characters or less. 
The great Charles Robert Darwin died on this day in 1882. The English naturalist and geologist, is best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory. His work had a profound effect on European society in his day. Evolutionism shook the world of science, philosophy and every sphere of culture, and led to a paradigm shift —man was not of divine origin but shared a common ancestor with the rest of species.

Learn more about Darwin in our latest exhibition: Darwinism: Reception in Spain and Catalonia. 

In English: http://bit.ly/Darwin-en
In Spanish: http://bit.ly/Darwin-es
In Catalan: http://bit.ly/Darwin-ca

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Using GitHub as a CMS for a data-centric site. Ping +Dean Birkett and +Breandán Ó Nualltáin 

http://www.frankieroberto.com/culture-hack-data

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Amazing story of one farm boy's experience f the First World War!!! #WWI  
Dumitru Nistor wrote a diary detailing the battles he'd fought in and his life as a prisoner of war from 1914-1919 in an attempt to 'unload the weight and pain which tormented me and burdened my heart'. Explore his beautifully illustrated and fascinating diary.

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Good blog post about designing a good record/item view for library catalogues. 

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From Amsterdam to New Amsterdam in 1946.
The Flying Dutchman: Happy Birthday to KLM, Royal Dutch Airlines, founded on this day in 1919. KLM is the world’s oldest airline still using the same name. Check out this video of the first flight between Amsterdam and New York in 1946 operated by KLM.

Explore thousands of items related to KLM on Europeana: http://bit.ly/Europeana-KLM

Video: The Netherlands - America through the sky: the first KLM flight Amsterdam - New York - Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid (CC-BY-SA).
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